Defender Robbie Deas may only be experiencing senior football for the first time this term, after the Celtic youngster made the trip to local side Cowdenbeath on loan, but, the teenager is thriving under the pressure of performing for Gary Bollan’s side, with the centre-back aiming to extend his short stint at Central Park on … More Robbie’s Cowden loan is going Deas-ent for Celtic youngster
Despite not being unhappy with his sides performance at Station Park last Saturday, gaffer John McGlynn is hoping Raith Rovers show a response at home to managerless Brechin City this weekend following the 3-2 defeat to Forfar Athletic last weekend.
After returning to Stark’s Park for David McGurn’s Testimonial on Sunday, it will come as a surprise to many Raith supporters that John McGlynn has returned to the dugout permanently as the Rovers look to maintain their unbeaten start to the League One against fellow title-hopefuls Dumbarton tomorrow.
This interview was published in the Official Dunfermline Athletic Football Club Match-Day Programme on the 1st September 2018, versus Inverness Caledonian Thistle at East End Park. Thanks to DAFC for allowing me to post my article to my website. Danny Devine has played in the English Championship, in two Cup Finals and in a Europa … More Danny Devine on Dunfermline’s crowds: “it shows you the appetite the whole town and the surrounding areas have for this club, our club”
As the Group Stages of the 2018-19 Europa League were drawn, it was noticeable how difficult the groups of Celtic and Rangers were. The experience and calibre of opposition was in abundance: the challenge ahead was to quality for the knockout round but could either or both of Scotland’s sides remaining within European competition this … More A Good Nights Work? Scottish Sides In Europe
With his first week of work at the Buddies nearly complete, former Coleraine manager Oran Kearney looks ahead to his first match in charge of St Mirren at home to Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic on Friday evening. All Credit and Copyright sits with St Mirren Football Club and St Mirren TV.
24 months ago, Livingston were preparing to kick off their League One campaign at home to Stranraer following relegation from the Scottish Championship. Since then, the Lions have roared their way back to the top of Scottish football with consecutive promotions seeing the West Lothian club participate in the first tier for the first time … More Premiership opener away to Celtic is “a reward” for all connected to Livingston according to midfielder Shaun Byrne
In this extended look at the SPFL League Campaign, which kicks off this weekend, myself; Lewis Henderson and Neil Henderson sat down to discuss the 12 teams in the Ladbrokes Premiership this coming term… Aberdeen: Celtic: Dundee: Hamilton Academical: Heart of Midlothian: Hibernian: Kilmarnock: Livingston: Motherwell: Rangers: St Johnstone: St Mirren:
This midweek saw matches being played on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening. Games were from the Scottish Premiership, as well as from the Scottish Championship and Scottish League One Play-Off Ties. Premiership: Aberdeen 1-1 Rangers It was a battling performance by Jimmy Nicholl’s Rangers side as they left Pittodrie with a point which almost guarantee’s … More Scottish Football Midweek Matches – May 2018
The points were shared at Celtic Park on Wednesday night as the Scottish Champions came up against relegation threatened Dundee in this rearranged Scottish Premiership clash. The hosts welcomed back Craig Gordon, with the Scotland international making his return from injury in place of on-loan Dark Blues shot-stopper Scott Bain, who was ineligible against his … More Celtic left frustrated as plucky Dundee gain a point